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Apr 27, 2014 10:00am PDT
russia seems to want an unstable ukraine. it would be difficult, i think, for the west to totally stabilize it given how close it is to russia, how deeply penetrated ukraine already is, whether it's ukranian intelligence service penetrated by russians, ukrainian arm, eastern ukraine. where does this go? >> i think that where it goes in the short meeting terms are here. i do think our effort should be support for the ukraine government going forward here politically and economically, support and reassurance for nato allied and substantial increasing of the price for russian conduct. >> you would favor a third round of sanctions? >> if there is no effort to meet the commitments they made in geneva to defuse the situation, to have the militia stand down, leave the buildings that they're occupying and engage in a political dialogue with authorities in kiev, if that doesn't happen, absolutely i think it makes sense to increase the price of russian conduct. >> a lot of people argue that the pivot has been well articulated, well conceived but fundamentally, badly implemented. that there
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